the point isn’t to rub away the edges of this difference but to allow some new, larger element of truth to emerge.
Hi, Betta.
Patrick Faller

I suppose the thing I am trying to say is much like that. The larger element of truth isn’t necessarily larger in itself, just more richly detailed, holographic, if you will. The first person I saw write about this effect was Joseph Conrad; it was in a critical edition of Heart of Darkness, and for the life of me I haven’t been able to find the words or the edition again (that’s not surprising in this house though). I was glad to read and discuss with you! Sorry it took me so long to reply!

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